|Traded as||LSE: RSFT (Former ticker symbol)|
|Founded||1997 (private company)
2000 (public company)
|Headquarters||London, United Kingdom|
RiverSoft plc was a publicly limited company listed on the London Stock Exchange, in 2000. It developed and provided network management software for monitoring and managing Internet Protocol networks. The company is now delisted.
In September 2001, it was announced that RiverSoft would partner with Concord Communications Inc. to provide real-time network and performance management software to Interxion. Concord Communications Inc. was later acquired by CA Technologies in 2005.
In 2002, RiverSoft was bought by rival firm Micromuse for £43m in cash. Micromuse was then acquired by IBM, in 2005, this resulted in RiverSoft's and Micromuse's network management software becoming part of what is now the IBM Tivoli Framework.
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